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Does one’s blood type antigen make antibodies to both the antigens and lectins of a particular food or just one or the other? In other words is it the antigen or lectin of the food that triggers ones blood type antigens to make antibodies?
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effects of blood group antibodies on health and how they have influenced the history of medicine.

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